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Bring the Kids and Eat Your Way Through the Big Apple

Submitted by on Sunday, August 30, 200934 Comments
CFT logoWant a unique way to experience New York City with your kids? Check out the City Food Tours and eat your way through the Big Apple!   Kids ages 8 and up will love the NoLIta and Flavors of New York tours.  Enter our random drawing for a chance to win a pair of tickets for an upcoming food tour!  (Details below)

On the NoLIta Tour, watch candy being made, and then eat it!   NoLIta is the neighborhood nestled between Little Italy, Chinatown, and SoHo.   (This is also a fun area for shopping!)   You’ll also get to try some of NY’s best cheese cake, authentic Italian cookies & pastries, creamy gelato, freshly baked artisan pastries, the freshest Mozzarella cheese, savory ethnic bites, from Mexico, China, Italy, Vietnam and France.

On the Flavors of New York Tour, learn how to eat pizza like a New Yorker (hint: they don’t use forks!).  On this tour you’ll try all the ‘classic New Yorker’ favorites… from the local favorite spots!  Try some homemade Eastern European style delicacies like homemade meatloaf or cheese blintzes.  Enjoy a juicy NY hot dog like a local.  Have a real NY hand rolled bagel with a “schmear.”  Savor some locally made ice cream.  Taste a hot slice of NY style cheese pizza at an authentic neighborhood pizza joint.  Satisfy your sweet tooth with an old fashioned Egg Cream!

These tours may be tastings, but you WILL get full!

If your kids have a more adventurous palate, they have more great food tours to try.   Act soon and take advantage of the Labor Day Promo for $5 off each ticket (minimum 2) from 9/3 – 9/13 on all tours, (except the Chocolate and Wine Tour).   Use Promo code: LDCFT09.  

For a limited time, City Food Tours is offering a giveaway for 2 free tickets to BestKidFriendlyTravel readers!! 

Enter our random drawing for a pair of tickets to an upcoming New York tour in September or October.  These tours include: Top Chef Tour, Nolita Tour, or Flavors of New York Tour.   Choose from those three tours any date that is not sold out.    

There are three ways to enter: 

  1. Leave a comment below, 
  2. Join the BestKidFriendlyTravel community,
  3. Tweet this:  RT @stephwiestling  *Win a pair of tickets for NY City Food Tour!!*  http://tinyurl.com/foodtourtix  Pass it on for your chance to win!

Enter once each way for a total of 3 entries per person!  Contest ends Sunday, Sept 6th at midnight.  Winners will be notified by email or Twitter, depending on your entry.

For more info on City Food Tours go to:  www.cityfoodtours.com/newyork 

To purchase tickets to any of the NY City Food Tours go to: www.zerve.com/cityfoods

Enter today!!  Good Luck!!

(note: accommodations and travel to New York is NOT included)

Need a flight or hotel for your stay in the Big Apple?  Check our secure site for the best rates and book with us!

 

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